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Bob Iger Stepping Down, Bob Chapek New CEO

Trauma

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Can’t miss!!

Unless your the CEO I guess…
 

matt9112

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Right now its still up $5 YoY. Nowhere near the high, obviously, but its up. It went down to 85 at the start of COVID and 120ish in October 2020. If it goes below 120, he's probably done.

Well the board dosen't impress me as is. Look at how many years they have basically spent turning into a giant merchandise and marekting co. Quality be damned.
 

Kamikaze

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No, there were not. Pay toilets were one of the standard practices deliberately discarded by Walt. The drinking fountains were not operable for the Preview Day because the order was the focus on the toilets to ensure they were available for guest use.
Yes, there were. There were both pay and free toilets on opening day.

Walt also operated pay toilets in his cafe in the 1930s, so don't think for a second that he was so 'against' them that he would demand they not happen.

That said, its no longer legal to operate restrooms that directly cost money in the US, so its not something The Chap can do.
 

Thelazer

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Yes, there were. There were both pay and free toilets on opening day.

Walt also operated pay toilets in his cafe in the 1930s, so don't think for a second that he was so 'against' them that he would demand they not happen.

That said, its no longer legal to operate restrooms that directly cost money in the US, so its not something The Chap can do.

HaHa.. Just wait, if you gotta go... you can bypass the line, and go right to a "enhanced throne" for just $29.95
 

ohioguy

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Yes, there were. There were both pay and free toilets on opening day.

Walt also operated pay toilets in his cafe in the 1930s, so don't think for a second that he was so 'against' them that he would demand they not happen.

That said, its no longer legal to operate restrooms that directly cost money in the US, so its not something The Chap can do.

No longer true. Laws that prohibited pay toilets are being rescinded. Ohio now allows pay toilets, for example. Many of the repeals are misguided - thinking it would cut down on vandalism in public restrooms - but it just created new problems with homeless people and the drug addicted now using the streets and sidewalks as their toilets.
 

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